Foodservice Australia returns to Melbourne

Discover new ideas for your café, restaurant, commercial kitchen or shop. Be part of this exciting industry event!

Foodservice Australia is the country’s only dedicated trade show for the food industry and home to some of the nation’s most prestigious competitions, as well as a wide range of exciting new products, seminars and workshops. The next show will run from 27-29 June, 2021 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Foodservice Australia prides itself on being a trade-only event, helping thousands of retailers, c-store owners, restaurateurs, café owners, chefs, bakers, pâtissiers, caterers, suppliers and producers get straight down to business over three action-packed days. In just a few hours, you can find everything you need to improve your offerings, boost your bottom line and stay ahead of your competition

Discover over 400 exhibitors and aisle upon aisle of new products and fresh ideas. This event is focused on giving the industry a chance to reconnect and rebuild after Covid-19 has made business harder than ever. This national, highly targeted event will feature the latest in food and beverage products, catering and baking equipment, hospitality technology, entertainment, furniture and fittings, and much more.

Foodservice Australia Event Director Tim Collett says the show will be one of biggest ever staged.

“We know that everyone is keen to reconnect and rebuild,” he said. “This will be one of the first food shows to run, and we expect a huge response from the retail, foodservice and hospitality industry.

“This is an incredibly challenging time for the food and hospitality industry, and for the event industry. But I know we will all get through this together. Our team are all very excited about what can be achieved next year in Melbourne”.

Note this is a business event. There is no public entry. All visitors must be over 16 and work in a food or hospitality business.

To view all of the events on offer, click here.

More from author

439FansLike
541FollowersFollow
657FollowersFollow

Related posts

Latest posts

Fry’s inspires kinder meals

Plant-based food pioneers, The Fry Family Food Co, has launched its first product made from pea protein. Described as a “cruelty-free take on traditional mince”,...

ARA introduces ‘first-to-market’ retail recruitment platform

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) says it’s making it easier to connect employers and job seekers with the launch of the ARA Talent Registry. The...

ARA welcomes government’s digital investment

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) has welcomed the Federal government’s $1.2 billion investment to grow Australia’s digital capabilities and help businesses innovate and grow...